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theHunter Call of the Wild

 

 

SCORE: 85

theHunter Call of the Wild 

 

We were at a local retailer and recently saw theHunter Call of the Wild. So we made a note of the company and requested a retail version of this game for a review. We were all ready to do an Unboxing video, and review. We even talked about doing a video series of this game. Avalanche Studios was kind enough to send us a digital download code for theHunter Call of the Wild. This game clocks in at 17 gigs. Which means we won't be able to keep it on the system after the review is done.

Families can pick a male or female hunter in theHunter Call of the Wild. Then there is a choice of two areas to go to. I know two areas sounds pretty small. Thing is the areas in theHunter Call of the Wild are huge. We are talking government oppression nature reserves kind of large. Walking around is slow in theHunter Call of the Wild. Especially when we are tracking an animal. Thankfully we can run.

I should warn you there is a downside to running in theHunter Call of the Wild. Your donut eating hunter gets too excited to shoot when he runs for too long. Plus we make a lot of noise going through these really good looking forests. The graphics in theHunter Call of the Wild are insanely good looking. The animals look real, and they act real. theHunter Call of the Wild does have some blood in it. That goes away after you claim your prize.

Tracking can be a lot of fun in theHunter Call of the Wild. There are buildings and other sites to find in theHunter Call of the Wild. There are multiple different animals that can be hunted in theHunter Call of the Wild. A nice female voice explains theHunter Call of the Wild to us, and offers us quests if we feel like doing them. I had a lot of fun playing theHunter Call of the Wild.

Every male here at Family Friendly Gaming got into theHunter Call of the Wild. Which is rare because most of the time they moan about trying out different games. theHunter Call of the Wild is completely different. Once Teen Gamer, and Kid Gamer saw me play it, they wanted a turn. They found even more stuff to do. They also found more animals to put down in theHunter Call of the Wild.

We really like theHunter Call of the Wild here at Family Friendly Gaming. This is a hunting game. Players hunt animals in theHunter Call of the Wild. I have no problem with people hunting animals. If you do, then you might not like theHunter Call of the Wild. Please do nothing to ruin the fun for the rest of us. I enjoy tracking my the ground and the sounds the animals make. I also enjoyed calling to them.
- Paul

 

Graphics: 90%
Sound: 90%
Replay/Extras: 85%
Gameplay: 80%
Family Friendly Factor: 80%

System: PC/PS4/Xbox One(tested)
Publisher: Avalanche Studios
Developer: Expansive Worlds
ESRB Rating: ‘T’ for THIRTEEN and OLDER ONLY
{Blood, Violence}
Company provided product
Value/Cost of the review is greater than value/cost of provided product


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